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14 days and 13 nights best All of Saudi Arabia

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14 days and 13 nights

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

Unlimited

Languages

English

Itinerary

DAY 01 RIYADH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT - RIYADH

Arrive at Riyadh International Airport, after visa and immigration formalities, your representative will greet you and escort you to your air-conditioned vehicle for your hotel transfer. Overnight in Riyadh.

DAY 02 FULL DAY EXPLORING THE HISTORY OF RIYADH

Breakfast.Start your tour visiting the National Museum of Saudi Arabia which has been established in 1419 as a significant part of the king Abdulaziz historical center in Riyadh. Very impressive and important museum about the entire Saudi history, Saudi royal family, the kingdom formation, and everything regarding the political context. you will be led to numerous antiques, manuscripts, and documents that are all chronologically organized. It includes eight main halls: Hall of Man and the Universe, Arab Kingdoms, Pre-Islamic Era, Prophet’s Mission, First Saudi State, Unification of the Kingdom Hall & Hall of Hajj and Two Holy Mosques.
The museum includes interesting examples of Arabian and Islamic art as well as architecture. The masterpieces include Prehistoric Elephant Skeleton, huge meteor found in the Empty Quarter in Saudi Arabia desert, Rock Grafitti from Hejaz region backdate to pre Islamic era, Copy of Rosetta stone, an example of Madaian Salah Rock-cut tombs.

Then enjoy the National museum park walks through the outdoor gardens one of the best gardens you will visit in Saudi Arabia. King Abdulaziz’s historical park is an open area that you can enjoy with your family. Then proceed to the Hall of King Abdulaziz where there is a showroom of old cars that were used by the king.

Then we will move to the next visit to Murraba palace is among the most important palace built by King Abdulaziz. This Palace was to accommodate his family. It was built on the local traditional Najid style by using local building material only. enjoy amazing photos here inside Murraba palace.

Then you will visit the Dira Souq traditional Saudi market which is famous for its variety of old copper and brass objects including silver daggers, silver Beduin’s Jewelry and dresses. While entering from main access, one always smells sandalwood fragrance. Dira Souq is worth buying antique carpets and other useful Saudi heritage antiques.
Then visit the Al Masmak, Enjoy and step back in time and explore Saudi Arabia’s roots. Fascinating exhibitions on display show maps and photographs of Saudi Arabia, alongside a range of historical artifacts, artworks and audiovisual attractions. A short documentary also re-enacts the capture of the fortress by King Abdul Aziz, whose spearhead you can still see embedded in its wooden gate.

Overnight in Riyadh.

DAY 03 RIYADH - JABAL FIHRAYN "THE EDGE OF THE WORLD"

Breakfast. Drive to Jebel Fihrayn popularly known as “the Edge of the World” is 120 Km from Riyadh. Standing atop the 1,000-foot high escarpment at Jabal Fihrayn, you find stretching before you an uninterrupted view of the horizon in all directions, leaving you with the impression that you are, indeed, standing at the very edge of the world. The effect on one’s body and mind and soul is exhilarating.

These cliffs rise dramatically from the desert, stretching toward the sky like a great natural wall. When you stand atop them and look toward the horizon, you have a prime view of the sky as it seems to melt into the barren earth.

The Edge of the World (Jebel Fihrayn) is an unexpected and dramatic geological wonder in the rocky desert northwest of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The site earned its nickname because from atop the escarpment, you have an uninterrupted view of the horizon.

It’s part of the much longer Tuwaiq Escarpment, and drops down 1,000 feet into an ancient ocean bed. While standing on the cliffs, you’ll spot dried rivers weaving across the land, and see camels moving far below. These camels and their herders are following a well-trodden path, as an ancient caravan route once passed within its shadow. Overnight in Riyadh.

DAY 04 RIYADH - AL QASSEM CITY TOUR - RIYADH

Breakfast. Drive to Onaizah city.Unaizah is in the center of Al-Qassim Province and near to the center of Nejd Province. Start your tour visit cultural farm.

You will have chance to watch how the Saudi farmers cultivate their lands , which tools they use they still use the old traditional methods, you can have chance to drink traditional tea with them in their break time.

Then you will visit visit to flkloric art center and you will have chance to visit to Musukaf cultural market.We will do our best to get for you the maximum out of this trip and make you understand how those people You will visit its most traditional markets, traditional coffee shops, local rural restaurant.Our tour guide will do his best to show you the most interesting and different places and introducing you to the wonderful countryside people. living and working and their traditions.

Overnight in Qassem.

DAY 05 QASSEM - HAIL TOUR

Breakfast.Drive to Hail city. Its central position and the wells fed by the rain water drained off the nearby mountains made Hail an important oasis on the ancient caravan trade routes.you will visit Faid ancient city ( pre-islamic ) and volcano crater.

Continue driving to Hail city and transfer to hail hotel.

Drive to Aja rosy mountains.You will have chance to have a picnic time with your family and open time for hiking at Aja rosy mountains.

Overnight in Hail.

DAY 06 HAIL - FLY TO AL-ULA

Breakfast. Drive to Al Ula by car. Overnight in Al Ula.

DAY 07 AL-ULA - DEDAN & IKMAH - AL-ULA

Breakfast.Start your tour visiting Dadan – An Ancient Arabian Kingdom.Discover one of the hidden gems of AlUla, Dadan, where excavations have uncovered tombs and dwellings from the ancient Dadanite Kingdom the sixth century BC.

Then visiting Jabal ‘Ikmah, a tranquil and sacred site for the Lihyanite civilization with an ‘open library’ of rock art and inscriptions.

Overnight in Al Ula.

DAY 08 AL-ULA - HEGRA "MADAIN SALEH" - FLY TO JEDDAH

Breakfast.Experience Hegra – A UNESCO World Heritage Site
Journey through time in a breathtaking landscape and discover the archeological highlights of Hegra with our tour leader. Together they will uncover the secrets of a civilisation from over 2000 years ago.

Then transfer to Al Ula airport to take your flight to Jeddah.

Overnight in Jeddah.

DAY 09 JEDDAH HISTORICAL CITY TOUR

Breakfast.Start your tour to visit Jeddah’s historical downtown area (Al-Balad) which is the historical area well known as the “Old Town”, where many of the oldest families used to live and work. It boasts of old buildings, a traditional souk and many restaurants, where visitors get to walk amid the old streets and experience the traditional landscape of the old town.

When you are in historical Jeddah we will take you back to the old era of Saudi Arabia, all your senses will be in action. You will hear and learn amazing stories about Jeddah and ride and walk through secret doors, Enjoy a wonderful walking Al-Balad.

This history tour of Old Town will take you along all the less known must-see local spots: Beit Nassif, Makkah gate for a photo stop, Historical Jeddah north gate stop for a photo, other historical houses provide a rare opportunity for you to experience the blend of traditional architecture with modernity Old Market hidden gems, Old Jeddah hidden galleries and Local Jeddah food shops only for locals no tourists know about it.

Then you will visit Al Shafi Mosque, The oldest mosque in Jeddah.

Then you will visit Al Tayebat International City Museum, It’s a maze of different rooms covering Saudi history, architecture, interior decoration, Islamic art from Saudi and other Islamic countries. The museum itself is a great place for photos.

Its four-floor collection has displays ranging from pre-Islamic artifacts, exquisite Islamic manuscripts, old coins and weaponry to stunning furniture, pottery and traditional Saudi dress. Replicas of home interiors from every region are also featured. Exhibits are accompanied by excellent information panels, as well as dioramas of the Kingdom’s provinces.

nd the tour by enjoying a ride along The New Jeddah Corniche is the 30 km coastal resort area of the city of Jeddah. Located along the Red Sea, the corniche features the coastal road, recreation areas, pavilions and large-scale civic sculptures for all to enjoy and take pictures.

Overnight in Jeddah.

DAY 10 JEDDAH - AL WAHBAH - TAIF

Breakfast.Drive to A wonderful, and still relatively unknown place in the heart of Saudi Arabia.In western Saudi Arabia is a natural wonder that intel recently was pretty unknown to the outside world.

Al Wahbah Crater, also Maqlaʿ Ṭamiyyah is a volcanic crater, which is about 350 Km away from Jeddah, on the western edge of the Harrat Kishb basalt plateau in the Hejazi region of Saudi Arabia. The Harrat Kishb plateau contains many volcanic cones. The bottom of the crater is covered with white sodium phosphate crystals.

Measuring 4km wide and 250-meters deep, the sprawling Al Wahba crater is one of Saudi Arabia’s most dramatic natural wonders: a vast hollow with an opaque lake at its heart.

The crater was once thought to have been formed by a meteorite crashing to earth, but research by geologists in the 1960s revealed Al Wahbah to be a maar crater. These shallow hollows are caused by volcanic eruptions that occur when groundwater comes into contact with hot lava.

Locals, however, have their own legend of Al Wahbah’s creation. According to the tale, the area once held two mountains: Tamia and Cotton. One night, after a flash of lightning illuminated Cotton’s beauty, Tamia fell in love with him and vowed to uproot herself to be closer to her beloved. But before she could reach him, her mountain-cousin Shelman became jealous and shot her with an arrow, sending her crashing to the ground. The crater was formed by her fall.

Overnight in Taif.

DAY 11 TAIF CITY TOUR - JEDDAH

Breakfast. Pick you up from your hotel in Taif. Start the tour with Shubra Palace.

The palace is the most stunning vestige of old Taif, with latticework windows and balconies and interior marble from Carrara. King Abdul Aziz used to stay here and the palace was later the residence of King Faisal.

A unique amalgamation of Arabic and Romanian architecture. It is impressive worth photographing.It is located on the northern side of Taif city center, and overlooks Shubra Street which is one of the most important pivotal streets in the city of Taif, Ali bin Abdullah bin Aoun Pasha has ordered the establishment of the Shubra Palace in 1905 AD.

(you can be visited only from outside as there are some renovation works now)You will visit this as it offers enough photographic angles and its historical for this region.

Then will take you to Al Rudaf Park.Its a great place to relax and enjoy the beauty of nature!There are music fountains, grasses, small rock mountains, and many play grounds for children. Its a very nice park and place but its for family only.

Then visit Bab Alrea is a Triple-arched gate to Taif’s old city, leading to a market area selling fruit, vegetables & spices.

Then go to the oldest and best shopping mall in Taif, Taif’s Heart Mall.Its an exciting place, where you and your family can shop, play, eat, and have splendid time

Then visit Al Shafa mountain and Al Hada mountain,It’s considered as one of the most beautiful and important mountain roads in the region. It connects Taif city with the other regions on the west and north. It acquires enchanting and attractive views.

Nice drive up Al Shafa mountain is the highest mountain in the area of the town.Its also know as Jabal Dakkā.

You will walk and climb up Shafa mountain. It’s a difficult walk / climb, the views are fantastic and well worth the effort The higher up in the mountains you feel the gentle cool air. Amazed about so many different plants and trees, herbs and fruit bushes growing everywhere. It’s rich on natural resources as honey, rose gardens, herbs and so much more.

A cable car at extra ticket journey up to the Al-Hada Mountain starts down in Al-Kurr Village and takes visitors all the way up to the mountaintop, where an upscale restaurant and hotel are located.

Then travel in comfort back to your hotel in Jeddah.

Overnight in Jeddah.

DAY 12 JEDDAH - FLY TO ABHA

Breakfast. Transfer to Jeddah airport to take your flight to Abha, Arrival and transfer to start your tour visiting the Jabal Sawda is the highest point in Saudi Arabia. You will visit to see the climate and enjoy the mountains and the heights.It is 3000 meters above sea level. You will see lots of varieties of green lush tress and shrubs.Also the misty mountains and valleys will sooth you and make you relaxed. Wonderful mental relaxation. It can get really cold so make sure to have jackets and blankets.

A cable car at extra ticket, A beautiful trip with a rainy atmosphere will be more exciting trip falls from the mountains. Riding the cable car & viewing Abha from above was such a wonderful experience. It takes about 20-25min to reach down hill and similar time to return back on top. Each car can seat approximately 8 adults comfortably.
Then you will visit El Sahab Park is above a mountain. It has a beautiful view and the clouds pass you all the time. The literal translation of ‘Sahab’ is ‘cloud’. And that’s what this place is. You will have a chance to walk into clouds Cornish.

There are two top view points on this hill. They are very near to each other. Lot of monkeys there, better to take some food for them, the moment you get there, they expect you to give them food.

Then we visit the Mud-walled Shada Castle, which is now a handicrafts museum. It is a representation of the beautiful traditional architecture of Asir region. It has a variety of fascinating local handicrafts, household items and more. It is also one of the very few traditional buildings left in Abha, making it mandatory to tour when in the city. Surrounded by modern architecture, this mud-walled tower itself is a great insight into Saudi Arabia’s past.

We will drive to the Al-Muftaha district which had a market where we shopped for different kinds of crafts.

The Muftaha Village that was in a state of neglect was re-built based on inspirations from Asir’s heritage and culture. It was built using the traditional methods of construction with local mud and stones.

Al-Muftaha, in the center of the city, dates back 260 years. It incorporates adjoining houses along the internal and external passageways built according to the Asir region’s traditional construction style. It is distinguished by the small openings and thick walls that can protect the mud walls against rain and provide shade to the buildings.
You will be enjoying the traditional colored houses of the Muftaha village, Its a great chance for photos lover.

Then We will take you to a mountain which took your breath away! its Jabal Al Akhdar or as translated “The Green Mountain”. This entire mountain is lit up with green lights and even the clouds above it were green due to the lights.It was a sight to behold.

This place as it definitely takes away all your stress and gives you the perfect environment to sit and feast on its beautiful surroundings.

Overnight in Abha.

DAY 13 ABHA - RIJAL ALMAA - JEDDAH

Breakfast. We will take you to Rijal Almaa village which is famous for its typical Arabian traditional architecture that can be found throughout the whole country, each region having its own specificity. But when it comes to Saudi traditional architecture the first image that comes to mind is the charming and colorful houses of Rijal Alma’. It is located 130 km by safe road from Abha or 65 Km unsafe road so of course we will take you by the safe road.

The village have stunning sceneries with great history of the region. For its exceptional features Rijal Alma’ is today on the tentative list of UNESCO World Heritage. You will find there a place redolent with history and tradition, and clearly oriented to tourism.Its a paradise for photographers and photos lovers and our tour leader will take you to the best panoramic spots for photos.
You will visit the village museum its a huge museum all inside the village with a lot of old pieces and there are a description as well in English and in Arabic. Its established by the efforts of the local inhabitants in order to save their regional heritage, and they have turned one of the forts into the museum headquarters since 1985.The village consists of about 60 palaces built from natural stone, clay and wood, and the palaces consists of several floors. There are so many places to take photos. The village used to be a natural passage that linked between Yemen, Makkah, Madinah and Levant. Thus, it was a regional trade center. The village has a historical significance as it has a number of long and old fortresses.

Recently, a rehabilitation project has been undertaken by The Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities in collaboration with the private sector. Moreover, a museum was established by the local people in one of the village’s forts in 1985.

Transfer to Abha airport to take your flight to Jeddah, Arrival and drive to your hotel.

Overnight in Jeddah.

DAY 14 JEDDAH - JEDDAH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

Transfer you to the airport and assist you at the airport through final departure formalities.

Included/Excluded

  • - Meet & Assist with English Speaking representative from Flow Travel
  • - Transportation all through
  • - 13 nights’ Accommodation
  • - English Speaking guide all through touring days
  • - 13 Breakfasts
  • - Entrance fees to all mentioned sites
  • - Any tour not mentioned in the program.
  • - Any personal expenses, (Drinks on Beverage, Phone Calls, Laundries).
  • - Other meals are not included to give you maximum flexibility in deciding where, what and with whom to eat.
  • - Lunches & Dinners
  • - Tips for Guide & driver
  • - Personal insurance
  • - Anything not mentioned in the including section

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